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    (Original post by SmiggleWiggle)
    They're 13 and 15 right? Yup I am 😊
    Yeah Imogens 13 and Kierans 15
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    (Original post by SmiggleWiggle)
    How is it different for you? Workload and independent study periods?
    Obviously, the work load is astonishing, and the independence is amazing. And I have 22 hours worth of private study over 10 days, which is something I now don't think I could live without- I'm basically dead on days where I have 5 lessons, but over the past 5 years, I've had 5 lessons a day anyway. Also, we have a lot more chilled relationship with our teachers, as well as our lessons being quite seminar based.
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    (Original post by hxfsxh)
    Obviously, the work load is astonishing, and the independence is amazing. And I have 22 hours worth of private study over 10 days, which is something I now don't think I could live without- I'm basically dead on days where I have 5 lessons, but over the past 5 years, I've had 5 lessons a day anyway. Also, we have a lot more chilled relationship with our teachers, as well as our lessons being quite seminar based.
    I self taught IGCSE Maths, Chemistry and most of IGCSE ICT so I have done quite a bit of independent study this year! Same though for me there are 4 'independent study lessons' on my Year 12 timetable.

    That's good, do they give tutorials?
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    (Original post by SmiggleWiggle)
    I self taught IGCSE Maths, Chemistry and most of IGCSE ICT so I have done quite a bit of independent study this year! Same though for me there are 4 'independent study lessons' on my Year 12 timetable.

    That's good, do they give tutorials?
    I think they focus more on tutorials in late year 13, but our school has a very strong support system because the school know that most of us are there because we want 3A*s to get into a top uni.
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    (Original post by Jakeprevita2000)
    Yeah Imogens 13 and Kierans 15
    I'm going to try 2015s' Statistics unit 1 paper now!

    (Original post by hxfsxh)
    I think they focus more on tutorials in late year 13, but our school has a very strong support system because the school know that most of us are there because we want 3A*s to get into a top uni.
    That's great! My sixthform has a reputation for producing quite a few Cambridge undergraduates. For me personally, I am not sure what I would like to do at university. I have targeted myself AABB
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    (Original post by SmiggleWiggle)
    I'm going to try 2015s' Statistics unit 1 paper now!



    That's great! My sixthform has a reputation for producing quite a few Cambridge undergraduates. For me personally, I am not sure what I would like to do at university. I have targeted myself AABB
    Good luck! What are the grade boundaries and what are you hoping for?
    I reckon you'll get a B 💯
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    (Original post by SmiggleWiggle)

    That's great! My sixthform has a reputation for producing quite a few Cambridge undergraduates. For me personally, I am not sure what I would like to do at university. I have targeted myself AABB
    Likewise with regards to Oxbridge. I want to ideally study law at Cambridge for which I need A*AA and to my surprise, those are my predicted grades!! Obviously though, my predicted grades changed every term, however I do not believe they will ever go down.
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    (Original post by Jakeprevita2000)
    Good luck! What are the grade boundaries and what are you hoping for?
    I reckon you'll get a B 💯

    I marked myself 51/75, Which was a lowish C
    I got the probability questions correct. It was 57/75 for a B and 66/75 for an A
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    (Original post by SmiggleWiggle)
    I marked myself 51/75, Which was a lowish C
    I got the probability questions correct. It was 57/75 for a B and 66/75 for an A
    Very good, considering you only made your choice last tuesday 👌 I will have a go at that paper could you message it to me with the grade boundaries? 😆

    Wuu2 now?
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    (Original post by Jakeprevita2000)
    Very good, considering you only made your choice last tuesday 👌 I will have a go at that paper could you message it to me with the grade boundaries? 😆

    Wuu2 now?
    On tsr messages or fb or on Texts?

    Just doing a lil illustration ✏
    Yourself?
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    Does anybody do Eduqas AS English literature?
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    (Original post by SmiggleWiggle)
    On tsr messages or fb or on Texts?

    Just doing a lil illustration ✏
    Yourself?
    Texts What's your illustration on?

    I'm just reciting my timetable tbh
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    (Original post by Jakeprevita2000)
    Texts What's your illustration on?

    I'm just reciting my timetable tbh
    My illustration is called DJ Squirtle, I give credit to Lukas Boscof as i got a basis from his work. 😊

    Ken sigamori too ofcourse!
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    Yep! Which texts are you studying?

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    (Original post by *Noodles*)
    Does anybody do Eduqas AS English literature?
    Yep! Which texts are you studying?

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    I literally have about 3 hours free outta 25 because I took 4 subjects (Maths, Bio, Chem and Psych) so that's fun.
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    (Original post by Fractite)
    I literally have about 3 hours free outta 25 because I took 4 subjects (Maths, Bio, Chem and Psych) so that's fun.
    Wow! How much teaching time do you have per subject?



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    (Original post by Kxjzh)
    Wow! How much teaching time do you have per subject?



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    4 hours for Maths and Psych, then 5 for Bio and Chem because of practicals. Then 4 more hours for some guided learning thing (basically homework time).
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    (Original post by Fractite)
    4 hours for Maths and Psych, then 5 for Bio and Chem because of practicals. Then 4 more hours for some guided learning thing (basically homework time).
    Ahh okay we're fairly similar. I have 4 hours for Biology, 8 hours for health and social care, and then 1 hour of study sessions for Bio, 2 for health so I'm in school 15/25 sessions a week!


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    (Original post by Gymnast7)
    Yep! Which texts are you studying?

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    1) Jane Eyre and A room with a view.
    2) Meantime and A street car named desire
    I've started with the poems. What texts are you doing?
 
 
 
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